Edwards' politics are more in line with Obama's than any of the other candidates.
This might be the worst of both worlds, with Hillary and Bill to contend with, Barack would find it difficult to make the changes in his administration he promises in his campaign. Plus, he has already categorized Hillary as a divider rather than a unifier.
(No, not the little girl). Bill may not be eligible for the number 2 spot. I'd have to check the constitution for that.
While not a winning combination, the difference in style between Sharpton and Obama would be a field day for the press. Again, Obama is looking for someone who bridges gaps, not creates them.
Jackson certainly has been around, but would not add anything to this ticket.
Kennedy could get the feeling for the reigns of Executive power without getting his hands dirty holding them. He could take a page from Cheney's book and be the real power behind the throne. Is this the future of American politics?
The year 2000 was such a long time ago. Why was Lieberman on any ticket?
Oprah certainly knows how to unify people -- or at least the target audience for her show.